Nestled in a little village on the Shropshire and Staffordshire border, Sambrook Manor holiday cottages offer self catering accommodation for long or short breaks. The Old farm buildings have been lovingly converted into four high standard holiday cottages which are fully equipped with all the essentials, crisp white bed linen, fluffy towels, underfloor heating and Wi-Fi. Churn cottage and The Stables are suitable for assisted wheelchair users. Our self catering cottages sleep a total of 26 and are perfect for families and friends getaways, business trips, groups or romantic escapes.

We are situated 5 minutes from the old market towns of Newport or Market Drayton, 20 minutes from Telford and Ironbridge and just 30 minutes from Shrewsbury, Stafford and The Potteries. Sambrook is a lovely picturesque little village with quiet lanes to explore and mill pools dotted about. There are lots of great walks or cycle routes for all abilities straight from your cottage door. So why not leave all your troubles behind and relax in the beautiful barns at Sambrook Manor holiday cottages.

testimonial quotes

"Another amazing stay everything you need and more. We will be back Thank you x"

Sandra, Molly & Betty

Coffee shops & cafes

Smallwood Lodge, Newport – A licensed Tea Room serving homemade cakes, afternoon teas, champagne breakfasts and light lunches set in a delightful black & white timber framed grade II listed building at the top end of the high street in Newport.
Guildhall Tea Room, Newport – Enjoy an afternoon tea, light lunch or just a drink in the historic surroundings of the 15th century Guildhall on the high street of Newport.
Tea on the Cobbles, Newport - Set in St Marys cobbled street in Newport, Tea on the Cobbles is a vintage tea room that provides breakfasts, light lunches and lots of delicious cakes and drinks.
The Little Tea Room, Market Drayton - Located in one of the oldest Tudor buildings in Market Drayton, The Little Tea Room offers a broad selection of freshly prepared meals and snacks, home made soups, cakes and scones and delicious clotted cream teas; all served on vintage china.

National Trust

For a day out to visit places of historic interest or natural beauty then a visit to one of the many National Trust properties in the area is a must.  Some of the closest places to us include the house of Sunnycroft, Benthall Hall, Cronkhill and Moseley Old HallAttingham Park and Shugborough are both estates which have mansions, walled gardens, farms, play areas and county walks, spot the deer at Attingham or can you see the are small pearl bordered fritillary butterfly at Shugborough.
More National Trust places a little further away include Dudmaston, Wilderhope Manor, Kinver Edge & Rock Houses, Powis Castle and Carding Mill Valley and the Long Mynd.

Walking

There are many lovely walks straight from the cottage door, OS maps are provided in the cottages as well as some printed and laminated walk sheets with a variety of walks ranging from 2 – 12 miles. Walking is a fantastic way to explore the Ironbridge World Heritage Site and The Seven Gorge Countryside Trust have produced a series of leaflets which can be downloaded. The paths in and around Ironbridge are suitable for a leisurely amble or a keen hiker. Just a short 15 minute drive from our holiday cottages will take you to the Wrekin car park. The Wrekin is Shropshire’s little mountain which legends say was created when a tired giant called Gwendol Wrekin ap Shenkin ap Mynydd Mawr dropped a shovel of earth on his way to Shrewsbury. From the summit you will (on a nice day) get magnificent views, and no less than 17 counties can be seen -don’t forget your binoculars.